War of the Rebellion: Serial 016 Page 0248 OPERATIONS IN N. VA., W. VA., AND MD. Chapter XXIV.

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Numbers 151.-Lieutenant Colonel M. W. Gary, Hampton Legion, of the battle of Manassas.

Numbers 152.-Lieutenant Colonel P. A. Work, First Texas Infantry, of operations August 29.30.

Numbers 153.-Lieutenant Colonel B. F. Carter, Fourth Texas Infantry, of operations August 29-30.

Numbers 154.-Colonel J. B. Robertson, Fifth Texas Infantry, of the battle of Manassas.

Numbers 155.-Captain K. Bryan, Fifth Texas Infantry, of the battle of Manassas.

Numbers 156.-Colonel E. M. Law, Fourth Alabama Infantry, commanding Whiting's brigade, of operations August 29-31.

Numbers 157.-Colonel Montgomery D. Corse, Seventeenth Virginia Infantry, commanding Brigade, Kemper's division, of the battles of Groveton and Manassas.

Numbers 158.-Brigadier General Nathan G. Evans, C. S. Army, commanding Independent Brigade, of operations August 29-30.

Numbers 159.-Colonel P. F. Stevens, Holcombe Legion, commanding Evans' brigade, of operations August 23-September 2.

Numbers 160.-Colonel F. W. McMaster, Seventeenth South Carolina Infantry, of operations August 6-30.

Numbers 161.-Colonel W. H. Wallace, Eighteenth South Carolina Infantry, of operations August 23-30.

Numbers 162.-Major M. Hilton, Twenty-second South Carolina Infantry, of engagement at Rappahannock Station.

Numbers 163.-Captain M. V. Bancroft, Twenty-third South Carolina Infantry, of operations August 6-30.

Numbers 164.-Captain R. Boyce, Macbeth (South Carolina) Artillery, of operations August 23-30.

Numbers 165.-Lieutenant General Thomas J. Jackson, C. S. Army, commanding Second Corps, of operations August 15-September 3.

Numbers 166.-Captain J. K. Boswell, C. S. Army, Chief Engineer, of operations August 13-28.

Numbers 167.-Colonel S. Crutchfield, C. S. Army, Chief of Artillery, of operations August 28-September 1.

Numbers 168.-Brigadier General William B. Taliaferro, C. S. Army, commanding First (Jackson's) Division, of operations August 20-28.

Numbers 169.-Captain Rawley T. Colston, Second Virginia Infantry, First Brigade, of the battles of Groveton and Manassas.

Numbers 170.-Captain J. Q. A. Nadenbousch, Second Virginia Infantry, of operations August 27-30.

Numbers 171.-Captain J. B. Evans, Fourth Virginia Infantry, of operations August 28-30.

Numbers 172.-Lieutenant Mordecai Yarnall, Twenty-seventh Virginia Infantry, of operations August 28-30.

Numbers 173.-Captain George Huston, Thirty-third Virginia Infantry, of operations August 28-30.

Numbers 174.-Colonel Bradley T. Johnson, C. S. Army, commanding Second Brigade, of operations August 27-September 2.

Numbers 175.-Colonel Leroy A. Stafford, Ninth Louisiana Infantry, commanding Fourth Brigade, of operations August 12-October 5.

Numbers 176.-Major General Ambrose P. Hill, C. S. Army, commanding Second or Light Division, of operations August 20-September 2.

Numbers 177.-Lieutenant Colonel R. L. Walker, C. S. Army, commanding Artillery Battalion, of operations August 24-September 2.

Numbers 178.-Brigadier General James H. Lane, C. S. Army, commanding Branch's brigade, of operations August 24-September 2.

Numbers 179.-Brigadier General Samuel McGowan, C. S. Army, commanding Greg's brigade, of operations August 16-September 2.

Numbers 180.-Colonel D. H. Hamilton, First South Carolina Infantry, of operations August 29-September 2.

Numbers 181.-Lieutenant Colonel Edward McCrady, jr., First South Carolina Infantry, of operations August 28-30.